Born With One Foot In The Grave Harry Greiner


Published: August 24th 2013

Kindle Edition

170 pages


Born With One Foot In The Grave  by  Harry Greiner

Born With One Foot In The Grave by Harry Greiner
August 24th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 170 pages | ISBN: | 4.61 Mb

A true life story of four generations of a family plagued with kidney disease and death. Finally through the miracle of organ transplants, Harry was the first member of the family to live and have his transplant for forty one years. When their son Joe was inflicted with the disease, his transplant should have been highly successful in this day and age. It was however turned into a nightmare by the incompetence of the Cleveland Clinic hospital. The permanent injury to Chris, the donor, and the near death of Joe, the recipient, brings this family to the depths of despair and near suicide.

Through a miracle of God they were given a copy of the surgery and made the shocking discovery of how these so called world class surgeons performed this surgery, and then tried to cover it up. As Joe and Chris suffer and their health declines, the family desperately searches through the medical cover up to save their lives.

Only their faith and perservance help them to ultimately triumph.

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